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the way to san jose and walk on by. >> several students davis and san francisco state university are spending their spring break making a difference. today students made energy efficient upgrades to the heritage home shelter in san jose. its part a week long environmental project to educate elementary school students and improve four buildings. >> we want to make some kind of environmental impact and help the homeless here, like the heritage homeless shelter save money and energy. >> the group also plans to make energy upgrades at the wildlife center of silicon valley, martha's kitchen and arbuckle. >>> spot ify could scene compete with amazon and netflix. it's no discussions to create a streaming video service. it's not clear if it would stream movies. >> another major investor has joined the fight to keep the kings in sack a's the mayor said that paul jacobs has put up money for a new arena. >> let's check in with bill martin. we are talking about some rain but nothing to write home about. >> not what we need. we need real rain and
. reporting live in san jose, marianne favro, nbc bay area news. >> thank you. >>> the messages inside that arena were powerful, but so is the scene outside. from santa cruz to san jose, thousands of people on the ground and even the police helicopters flying in formation. it's not often we see something like this. let's bring in kimberly tere who continues our coverage this evening from los gatos. >> reporter: raj, this is highway 17, the main corridor between santa cruz and the south bay. we saw law enforcement from the santa cruz area along with many other mourners head back over the hill about an hour and a half ago. the patrol cars had their lights on, but the highway was not shut down like it was during today's procession. the service for the two fallen police officers, lauren "butch" baker and elizabeth butler ended at about 3:00 p.m. law enforcement who showed up from across the continent lined up to pay their final respects. we saw officers from as far away as canada. the royal canadian mountain police were there along with numerous other agencies. reno and las vegas police to
is in san jose this morning. people voted for this. >> reporter: people voted for this in november. what's happening today is minimum wage workers in san jose will now make $10 an hour. that's up from $8 an hour. this is the largest minimum wage pay increase in the nation. now, again, voters approved measure d in the fall. that's why the $2 increase is happening. this is of course happy news for the thousands of minimum wage workers in the city. but san jose's mayor is concerned that some businesses might not be able to handle the hike. he is worried people could lose their jobs. >> as the minimum wage goes up, small businesses in particular will make accommodations. some will absorb the cost, some will pass it on to their customers and some will have to decrease jobs and lay people off. >> a campaign is also kicking off today to encourage people to spend their extra money from those earnings in the city. the slogan is, earn and spend in san jose. it will be displayed in business windows. the minimum wage in california is $8 an hour. in san j
. >> reporter: p.j.hales put up ribbon. >> i was an -- i was married to an officer in san jose for 28 years and i felt i had to do something. >> reporter: scott fey brought an american flag. >> heavy day today. >> reporter: on duty officers who couldn't go to the memorial said they appreciate this. >> the support we get in this town is incredible and the support for these officers who gave their lives for these people, yeah it chokes me up. >> reporter: the somber procession caused some to reflect on societal violence. >> when i see something happen like this i mean it's just, it's unbelievable. it just brings tears to your eye, what's happened to our community. >> reporter: several people said this refocused their respect for those in service. john fowler, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> many people who didn't make the trip to san jose watched the service from the kaiser arena in santa cruz. the people sat there quietly wiping away tears listening to the eulogies of the two officers. many said they felt the need to be with others and share the loss together as a community. >> just to reach out,
in san jose for 28 years and i felt i had to do something. >> reporter: scott fey brought an american flag. >> heavy day today. >> reporter: on duty officers who couldn't go to the memorial said they appreciate this. >> the support we get in this town is incredible and the support for these officers who gave their lives for these people, yeah it chokes me up. >> reporter: the somber procession caused some to reflect on societal violence. >> when i see something happen like this i mean it's just, it's unbelievable. it just brings tears to your eye, what's happened to our community. >> reporter: several people said this refocused their respect for those in service. john fowler, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> many people who didn't make the trip to san jose watched the service from the kaiser arena in santa cruz. the people sat there quietly wiping away tears listening to the eulogies of the two officers. many said they felt the need to be with others and share the loss together as a community. >> just to reach out, they're real people, with real families. >> you want to reach out to their fa
at 8:45 for the public memorial in san jose. as you can see the sheriff deputies are gathering here and the motorcade is expected to be more than a mile long. a tribute to detective sergeant loran "butch" baker and elizabeth butler killed in the line of duty on february 26 by an armed suspect. the officers' flagged drape cassettes were part of a public viewing with hundreds of mourners coming to pay their respects and the officers who protected and served their community for years. >> our first time the local officers have been killed. it is tell. >> i am here to pay respects and it is good thing that people will come down here and support the local police officers. >> public viewing sites are here to view the memorial. kaiser permanente will open at 10:00 a.m. showing the service rise and parking at depot park will be freed. santa cruz fire departments will be staging their hook-and-ladder trucks along all overpasses between santa cruz and san jose. mostly on highway 17 and on highway 85. it should be a moving sight. >> cornell, thank you. the memorial service will be hell at h.p.
lodge. the victim is a 52-year-old woman from san jose. a suspect has been identified but has not been arrested. the manager of the lodge says he was unaware a crime had possibly taken place there. >>> new details now in the case of a missing oakland woman. friends and family hope surveillance video will help find her. this shows the 31-year-old power walking along the sidewalk on the corner of 34th and telegraph last thursday morning. friends and family say they haven't seen or heard from her since. she had a ticket to fly to dallas on friday morning to intend the weekend visiting her brother. instead, her brother flew here to oakland to help search for her. >> i just want to know where she, you know? she's my sister. we're so close. she's my best friend in the whole world, you know? i love her so much. >> late this afternoon, police told us that she was spotted in west oakland after her purported disappearance. police also say they are not asking for the media's help, would not say why. >>> a man is now facing murder charges in connection with saturday's deadly crash that took three
of sergeant butch baker and detective elizabeth butler walked down the aisle in san jose. butler's is 5-year-old son joaquin wore his mother's police cap. governor jerry brown, attorney general kamala harris, and former secretary of defense leon panetta paid respects to the two officers gunned down in the line of duty. >> these two fine officers on that tuesday afternoon did not look the other way. they drew the line. they were doing their job. and they paid the ultimate price. but in so doing, they saved the lives of others. >> officers and sheriff's deputies from across the state stood shoulder to shoulder to honor the legacy of the fallen officers. friends and coworkers described butch baker as a tenacious truth seeker who always bed with honor and worked hundreds of cases. >> he was the go-to guy. >> baker was also known for his sense of humor, his love of a good prank and for his devotion his three kids and his wife. beth butler's sister sboek about her younger sister who loved serving her community and fighting for those who often had no voice. she said beth always embraced life. >> sh
favro is live in south san jose at the hilltop manor senior apartments to display how this happened. marianne? >> reporter: janelle, not only did relatives and police miss the body, but on february 26 managers here investigated the apartment and also did not find stanley jacobson's body. neighbors here at the senior apartments in san jose say they're saddened to know the man known as the magician was murdered in his home. this is the woman accused of stabbing him to death, 46-year-old regina butler. neighbors describe her as his girlfriend. police say they've been investigating her on suspicious of defrauding jacobson out of insurance money. he had early stage dementia. his granddaughter reported him missing and ultimately found him in his apartment hidden beneath a pile of linens and blankets. she had been to the home three times since her grandfather had gone missing. >> based on the investigation of what we know right now, we believe he was murdered early february, probably between february 5 and the 8th. >> reporter: investigators believe the body was repeatedly missed despite t
:45 to the public memorial in san jose. can you see members of sheriff department is gathering, the motorcade will be two miles along, a tribute to the two officers killed in the line of duty by an armed suspect. the flag-draped caskets were part of a public viewing with hundreds of mounters came to pay respects to the officers who protected their community for many years. >> first time here that our local officers were gunned down the it is a terrible thing. >> i am paying my respects. it is a good thing people are coming down here and supporting the local police officers. >> public viewing sites will watch the memorial here at santa cruz. kaiser permanente arena opens at 10:00 a.m. and they will show the service live. the delmar theater opens at 11 a.m. with parking at depot park free and the hook-and-ladder trucks will be staged on all overpasses teen santa cruz and san jose with american flags to on the fall were officers. >> cornell, thank you. thousands of people are expected to turnout for the actual memorial service which is at h.p. pavillion in san jose, with a live look outside at p
streets here in san jose. we'll show you more that have tonight on abc 7 news at 6:00. in san jose, abc 7 news. >> thank you very much. dozens of residents who could not make it to the memorial in san jose were still able to come together and watch the event in the officer's hometown. people filed in and out to pay respects to their officers. >> i wanted to be with the community. i have a friend says only thing that needs to be healed is this sense of separation. >> this was the original site and officers from other cities patrolled so its officers could attend the memorial. >> memorial bracelets are available. metal tag engraved with badge numbers costing 15s skpdz a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the officers memorial fund. a scholarship fund has been established in honor of the officers business vdz committed $125,000. if you would like to make a donation we have a link for this and the bracelets for you on our web site abc 7 news.com. >> rain held off until after the funeral. it's moving onshore, now. >> light rainfalling in san jose. our radar along with national weather
there is is a lot of it i drove here from san jose through fremont and it was less than perfect. many white knuckle moments and speaking of san jose they have had problems. people that were waiting for a basketball game the san jose spartans were getting ready to play against the university of texas road runners. 15 minutes before the game officials called it off because of the roof leaking. right on the floor and it was going to be too dangerous. they had to cancel. and this game will not be replayed because neither team it will not impact the outcome of the playoffs. and as i mentioned, it is cold and wet. jeff bush, kron 4. >> pam: i'm here with jacqueline as she tracks the storm hitting other parts of the bay tonight. the rain should tapering off after midnight? >> jacqueline: this should taper off. it is still s showing some returns that actually could be false returns is fairly light right now. we are seeing some showers right under the radar. it has been at 4,000 ft. we cannot always see things that are lower to the ground. light over san francisco. and light rain over the peninsula and the
collecting evidence. just before 7:00 last night san jose police officers in unmarked cars tried to stop the car but the driver of the car started ramming into two police cars and a parked vehicle. the officer got out of their vehicle and that's when the suspect accelerated towards the officer. out of fear for their lives they shot the suspect and one neighbor heard all the chaos while she was eating dinner. >> we heard a car crash and she looked out the window and it was a car crash and we ran outside and we all of a sudden heard a popping sound and i guess it was gunfire. and they had all of their guns drawn and she was telling everybody, go inside, go inside. [ police sirens ] >> reporter: that suspect was rushed to the hospital where he died of his injuries and there was a passenger with him and he is being cooperative and it is unknown if he will be charged with anything. this happened in an unincorporated area of san jose. they have people being placed on administrative leave, back out here live again this is a meticulous shooting. i do have a s
yesterday in fremont and san jose. temperatures right now when you step out, 41 in palo alto and petaluma are the cooler spots and santa clara and pleasanton and american canyon the coast at 39 and 52 in fairfield and the financial district is 50. 42 in saratoga and richmond is at 48 and walnut creek is 45. today, most of us in the low-to-mid 40's through 7:00 and the coast is stuck in the 50's while we hit the low-to-mid 50's at noon around the bay and inland and upper 60's to 70 at 6:00, and 7:00 still in the low sits. tomorrow, almost as warm as today and not quite so breezy and our warm of the day is sunday with temperatures well above average away from the coast. sue? >> big trouble both issues sig-alerts. we will go to a shot of san jose southbound 280, we have three right lanes blocked, a fatal accident, you can see c.h.p. is on the scene directing the left lane only getting by, with cones and flares out. the coroner is on the scene. it will be some time before this is cleared. it is a fatal accident, south 280, the alternate as the commute is underway in earnest is taking south 28
arrested him but he fought extra diction to the united states. he was eventually released. >> san jose-based cisco systems is letting go 500 employees. they report the lays offs took place this week. cisco is confirming the layoffs, which are called a realignment. they employ 73,000 people worldwide. some sources say those most affected were involved with data center business development. >> facebook is ready for another big announcement, sending out this individual station to reporter at company headquarters next thursday april 4th. the invitation says "come see our new home on droid." the event is likely related to the recent push into droid systems. until a few months ago facebook focused mobile efforts around apple's inno one. >> pilgrims and tourists from around the world are descending on holy sites in jerusalem for easter week. ♪ jesus remember me >> they believe jesus was crucified on this good friday and resurrected on easter sunday. hundreds of christians packed crumb judgment's holy sepulchre in the hold city of jerusalem and attend another mass in bethlehem where jesus is
to san jose. we are in san grows -- we start with claudine in santa cruz. >> reporter: we are standing at the start of the procession. the folks told to gather here starting about seven this morning and in the last several minutes we have seen activity. take a look to the side of me. you can see three buses that are lined up along this street. they have the santa cruz police emblem on them and a sign. we assume possibly members of the department will ride these buses down the procession. i want to show you what's happening in this parking lot just near the boardwalk here. you can see motor officers starting to line up their motorcycles. they will stage there and then move to the start of the procession. this procession, ready to leave about 8:45 but everybody was told to gather about seven this morning so it'll just get busier. the morning has started in this community. everybody is still trying to dumb to terms with the loss of the two officers. there was a memorial last night at the santa cruz memorial funeral home. just a chance for people, friends, family, strangers to come. there
pavilion in san jose. a procession from santa cruz to san jose before the memorial. nbc bay area will be covering both events. >>> a construction crew hit a two-inch gas line today happening near the great mall parkway and main street. apparently a backhoe cut into the line after 1:00 this afternoon. a firefighter shut down main street and ordered some evacuations. some pg&e crews shut off the gas. the line was quickly repaired and things went back to normal. >> okay. take a peek outside. a beautiful shot from our emoriville camera coming to you in high definition. a beautiful monday but changes are right around the corner. our chief meteorologist jeff ranieri is tracking our first round of wet weather it seems like in eons, jeff. >> i know. we couldn't be more pleased in the weather department to be getting more rainfall. we have had one of the driest years on record at least when you look at the calendar year. that will be quickly changing by this time tomorrow. there's the cold front about 500 miles offshore. not only rain but quite a bit of wind that we'll be tracking as that
to highway 87 and finally here, downtown san jose. along the route, other agencies and ordinary citizens stopped to pay tribute. tim shea made it a point to step up on the rail of the highway 17 overpass to hold up a sign honoring the only two santa cruz police officers to ever be killed in the line of duty. >> i'm just a regular guy trying to do something, you know? i do this kind of stuff because it makes me sleep better at night, regular guy, standing on the bridge, giving them a salute. >> reporter: how are the families doing? >> you know, they're doing incredibly well given the circumstances. they're on an emotional roller coaster right now. but for us, all we can do is surround them with love, caring and support and show them that by how we honor them today in this memorial service. but then again, how we honor their legacy in how we behave and how we conduct ourselves with the community in the future. >> reporter: as you're looking down autumn street in front of the hp pavilion, you get a sense of just how many people from law enforcement are here. they're not just from santa cruz
night san jose police officers in unmarked cars tried to stop the car but the driver of the car started ramming into two police cars and a parked vehicle. the officer got out of their vehicle and that's when the suspect accelerated towards the officer. out of fear for their lives they shot the suspect and one neighbor heard all the chaos while she was eating dinner. >> we heard a car crash and she looked out the window and it was a car crash and we ran outside and we all of a sudden heard a popping sound and i guess it was gunfire. and they had all of their guns drawn and she was telling everybody, go inside, go inside. [ police sirens ] >> reporter: that suspect was rushed to the hospital where he died of his injuries and there was a passenger with him and he is being cooperative and it is unknown if he will be charged with anything. this happened in an unincorporated area of san jose. they have people being placed on administrative leave, back out here live again this is a meticulous shooting. i do have a spokesperson and we hope to have that for you in the next half hour. janine de l
to have everybody under one roof. >> reporter: the service is being held in san jose because there was no large enough venue in santa cruz. so the procession starts in santa cruz leaving the boardwalk at 8:45 this morning. 200 vehicles will be traveling 33 miles taking highway 17 to 85 to 87. and then exiting on julian street. now, in attendance today here at the pavilion, governor brown, california attorney general kamala harris, and "american idol" finalist james durban who is interest santa cruz is going to be here to perform. it is going to be a three-hour ceremony starting at noon. anne makovec, kpix 5. >>> there will be two locations in santa cruz where people can watch the service on a big screen. one is at the kaiser permanente arena at 140 front street the other at the del mar theater at 1124 pacific avenue. the live video feed from hp pavillion will begin at 11:00. the venues open up at 10:00. no tickets. >>> public transit is available to get to the pavilion. the 17 express bus will run from santa cruz as to san jose on its no
that are expected to take weeks if not months. live in san jose, nbc bay area news. >>> stephanie, thanks very much. san jose police investigators want you to take a close look at these surveillance pictures. the man in the white shirt and black shirt followed two riders off a light rail train three weeks ago. once they were several blocks from the station they confronted the victims threatening to shoot them and to hand over money and valuables. no one was hurt. if they look familiar, you are asked to call the san jose police department. >>> rain is expected to make a return for the holiday weekend. a live look right now in san jose. it's great out there right now. it's not going to last. let's bring in jeff ranieri. he has more. jeff? >>> cloud cover increasing out ahead of the storm system. onshore flow rapidly returning as the area of low pressure continues to spiral in the pacific, a decent amount of moisture. the other thing we're noting which is unusual at least for bay area standards is because this is pulling in so much moisture from the south, a little bit of humidity, look at the cloud t
for an invasion. >>> thousands of people who earn the minimum wage in san jose just got a raise. they are making $10 an hour. it's because voters approved the $2 an hour pay hike in november. chuck reed is concerned some businesses won't be able to handle the hike. the mayor is concerned about people who are likely to lose their jobs. >> as the minimum wage goes up, small businesses in particular will make accommodations, some of them will absorb the cost, some will pass it on to customers and some will lay people off. >> a campaign is kicking off to encourage people to spend extra earnings in san jose. >>> redwood city could join many of its neighbors on the peninsula tonight and vote to ban most retailers from from giving out single use plastic bags. the plan before the city council would also require a 10- cent charge for paper bags. and san mateo county adopted a plastic bag ban in november. the county says only a small percentage of bags are recycled. >>> thomas frazier begins work today as the oakland police department compliance direct
. they planch to play -- plan to play some of his music. we will bring you more at 6:00 p.m. live in san jose, cara liu, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> in san francisco, a bicyclist accused of killing a pedestrian appeared in court this morning. he pleaded not guilty to a charge. prosecutors say he ran a red light last march and hit a man. but defense attorneys claim it was the pedestrian who entered the intersection prematurely. >>> also in court, a woman accused of kicking a toddler. she pleaded not guilty to the charges against her. police say she kicked the girl in the chest for no reason. the toddler did not suffer serious injuries. she is do in court next week. >>> contra costa county finished its investigation into the death of a police officer. he shot and killed him last september on interstate 680. according to the report released today he was diagnosed with dipolar disorder. the gun he used was legally purchased and registered to him. there was no indication he was going to kill a law enforcement officer. >>> judge agreed to resign. 58-year-old judge paul seeman is accused of stealing a
with american flags. those casket's right now are at h-p pavilion in san jose where the funeral service will take place at noon today. mike pelton is live outside the h-p pavilion with the details. >> 15,000 people can fill h- p pavilion at the funeral is held here in san jose and not santa cruz because such a large crowd is expected. the procession will begin in santa cruz are around 845 this morning. a motorcade will travel along highway 17 to san jose. the memorial service begins at noon and will last about several hours of about 3:00. those in santa cruz and cannot make the trip to san jose the kaiser permanente aery now will open its doors and broadcast the service. you also watch the service on our a live outcast at 0193 or on kron4 .com. possibly it expected an attendant our law enforcement agencies across the community barry. see me as i first come, first served basis. they will start shutting down roads are around the arena there aren't signs posted a and this road will close at 730. the motorcade and recession will arrive at the 930 and 10:00. >> this is one of those things
'll have tonight. >>> good evening, i'm elizabeth cook. >> and i'm ken bastida. a san jose family is grief stricken after finding a family member. kpix5's kit doe explains what took so long to find the missing man. kit. >> reporter: we know ken, we just learned that the woman arrested has confessed to the killing and she will be charged with murder. police also tell us that the victim was stabbed multiple times and crime scene was gruesome. >> for the past month, christina has been scouring the streets locking for her grandfather. it turns out, he was literally right under everyone's noses the whole time. >> you didn't smell anything? >> yes, it smelled like garbage, but he was decaying that much. today he really smell the decay. >> the 70-year-old man had been stabbed. his body stuffed under the mattress of his own foldout sofa bed. christina reported her grandpa missing on february 18. no one, not her, not the police, notice the decomposing body under the mountain of junk inside his apartment until it got really bad. >> at first it was a relief knowing he was there and then i felt
lives in san jose after they were held for ransom for 18 months. two have been arrested. the mother was in the united states illegally looking for work in washington state. she asked the suspects to bring the children to the united states and she paid them repeatedly. $5,000, eventually but the suspects never brought the kids here and threatened to kill them if she went to the police. she fine -- finally did. the two are held on felony charges in san jose. >> an assault rifle stolen from a san francisco police car on saturday has been recovered. police have released few details of how or where they got the weapon back. the ar-15 was taken from an unmarked car like this one which was parked and locked while officers were working in the market neighborhood. it is only issued to specially trained officers. >> a memorial is held on thursday for the two santa cruz police officers shot and killed in the line of duty last tuesday. a motorcade is scheduled to start at 8:45 on ocean street. the memorial for detective sergeant butch baker and detective elizabeth butler was moved to the pavili
. the memorial is called sons of san jose. it is located on west santa clara street near hp pavilion. it resembles the memorial in washington, d.c. workers unveiled it today in a ceremony. it is dedicated to the 142 men born and raised in san jose who died in vietnam. it also includes the name of one soldier who is missing in action. >> it's important we recognize the guys in the area who gave the ultimate sacrifice in vietnam. it's good to see that we have something for the local guys. >> washington, d.c., you see all the names. now you can come here and seat sons of san jose, touch them, remember them. >> volunteers donated $75,000 for the memorial. it was 40 years ago this weekend that the last u.s. combat troops left vietnam. >>> coming up next, he's fought hundreds of fires and saved countless lives. but it's what happened on one call that left this south bay firefighter fighting for his life. we'll hear from him for the first time. >>> also just days after being hit in the leg by an arrow, this bay area girl is drawing attention from one of the biggest celebrities in the world.
for an invasion. >>> thousands of people who earn the minimum wage in san jose just got a raise. they are now making $10 an hour. the $2 increase is because voters approved the pay hike in november. san jose's mayor is concerned that some businesses will not be able to handle the hike. he is concerned about the people he says who are likely to lose their job. >> as minimum wage goes up small businesses in particular will make accommodations, some will absorb the costs, some pass it on to customers and some will have to lay people off. >> a campaign is kicking off today to encourage people to spend money in san jose. >>> redwood city could join many of its neighbors on the peninsula tonight and vote to ban most retailers from giving out single use plastic bags. the plan before the city council would also require a 10- cent charge for paper bags. san mateo county adopted a plastic bag ban in november and the county says only a small percentage of those bags gets recycled. >>> for the first time in three months gas prices have dipped a little. six cents in th
ago. what led to this frightening scene in the city's bay view district. >>> we are live in san jose where police are looking for two robbers who targeted people riding light rail. we'll show you surveillance video of the suspects. >>> and the fog might make it tough for you to see on some commutes. the morning news continues. >>> good morning. thank you for waking up with us on this friday morning. good friday. march 29th i'm pam cook. >> good morning, i'm brian flores in for dave clark today. let's take a quick lack at your weather and traffic. steve a foggy and a little warm today. >> definitely very foggy for you out there in thest cone abay. visibility near zero. >>> here in san jose the fog hasn't arrived yet. we both know the fog doesn't move around. we'll be the fog brothers we'll take a lack at it. there is a look at the sunol grade. at 6:00 let's go back to the desk. >>> sal, thank you. we're tracking developing news in san francisco where a driver lost control and plowed into a house. a woman who lives in the home says she was asleep when the driver came crashing through h
the dogs in 2007 but the dublin school board voted to bring them back last year. >>> san jose police are looking for two men that are suspected of robbing people leaving a light rail station. janine de la vega is at station with a look at the video police are hoping will lead them to the suspects. >> reporter: the second incident in the last couple of months where victims have been followed off of a light rail station and robbed in neighborhood. the first one happened on ray street but the latest involved a light rail station and happened in the evening hours. police want you to take a good look at these two men. one is black the other is latino and both appear to be in their 20s. on march 8th they followed victims off the train which is near capital avenue. this is video of the two suspects getting off the train. investigators say they confronted the victims in a neighborhood about a half mile away. it was there where they shot the victims. after the victims were robbed the suspects ran away. the first suspect is described as black being 5'10" ta
you what the victims here are saying about this experience. >>> we're live in san jose where police need your help in solving a robbery. we'll show you the video of men who were targeting people on a light rail. >>> and the fog is the story this morning. find out which bay area bridge has the thickest fog. >>> and threats of settling accounts with the u.s.. the new warning from north korea this morning. >>> good morning. thank you for joining us on this friday, good friday march 29th i'm pam cook. >> good morning, i'm brian flores in for dave clark. let's get a quick check on the weather and traffic. steve it's a little humid today? >> it definitely was yesterday afternoon. >> yeah no doubt. fog is with us coast and bay. some areas inland are clear, clear. inland temperatures will warm up. tomorrow everything starts to fall apart but today watch out for that fog. here is sal. >>> steve, the san mateo bridge looks good. the fog hasn't reached it yet. you and i have been doing this long enough the fog moves around. especially as the sun goes up. this is a look at the bay bridge. the c
is on for two men who followed people from a light rail station in san jose and robbed them. janine de la vega sat station with -- is at the station with a look at the suspects. >> reporter: i am standing in front of the light rail station. police say passengers who were riding the train were followed from here and into a neighborhood about a half a mile away and then robbed. police want to know if you recognize these two men. one of them is black, the other is latino and both appear to be in their 20s. this is surveillance video of the two suspects leaving the train on march 8th. investigators say at 7:30 that night suspects followed victims from a train into the 2700 block. that is where they confronted the victims saying they would shoot if they didn't turn over their property. the suspects robbed the victims and ran away. the first is described as being black, 5'10", 180 pounds with a afro wearing a white t-shirt and white and black plaid shorts. the other is latino 5'8", 180 pounds. he f you have any information about this robbery or if you recog
is on board. lilian kim is live in san jose with those details. . >> we are in front of pizza my heart, and the employees have been enjoying the pay increase for a few months now. >> the $2 minimum wage increase does not kick in until monday. the workers at pizza my heart got their pay bumps in december. >> one i wanted to test it and two i wanted to see how it works and make sure everything was fine. >> chuck hammers is the owner of the pizza chain. he says so far so good. >> we raised prices a little bit. roughly 3% overall. that was kind of the test to make sure that will cover it, and it has. it has been neutral to us overall. >> for employees going from $8 to $10 has made a big difference. justin is a student at san jose state. >> represent is easier -- rent is easier to make and gas prices are going up which is convenient and helpful. >> the south bay labor council is trying to use the minimum wage as a way to encourage shoppers and diner as a way to spend their dollars in san jose. point is hard to ignore, even if it means having to pay more. >> go out to eat because i enjoy it.
in the next report but right now we are looking at san jose and 85 and 17, we will be watching that closely because of the memorial service and on the sunole grade, we are heading south, let's go back to the desk. >>> it happened hours ago, a chilling threat from north korea, it involves weapons in the united states. >>> and we are attending the public memorial honoring two fallen heroes. >>> winds are not much of a factor, cool temperatures in the 30s and 40s and we will tell you about increased chances of rain in your afternoon forecast, stay tuned. . >>> getting ready to say goodbye, we will tell you about the procession getting ready to leave in a few hours. >>> a horrible hit-and-run, what police are saying about the driver. >>> we have rain showers coming offshore and coming up i will let you know when it is coming up in your neighborhood. >>> and threat, how the un hopes to address it. ktvu channel 2 morning news. >> this is ktvu channel 2 morning news. >> good morning, thank you for joining us this thursday march 7th, i am pam cook. >> and i am dave clark and we will check weather
matters. >> we're following the building is of san jose were police on best again homicide. kron fours jackie sissel is there to get you news faster. >> what is going on jackie? >> the police department is still out here investigating the ninth homicide in san jose so far. this is where the body was discovered around 430 this morning. a call went out a person lying in the middle of the street. they found a body with a single gunshot wound the person was pronounced dead at the same. >> not a lot of victim information other than it was an adult, a hispanic man. crime scene investigators along with homicide detectives are out here. capital road is being shutdown. >> thank you jackie. let us get an update on your forecast tenure traffic. we have an eye on both their it will begin with the weather outlook. good morning erica. >> good morning james. temperatures to be between 2-8 degrees warmer than yesterday. the warming trend continues. i want to focus on your afternoon highs. in the east bay hayward 67. 71 for livermore. down to the south bay sunnyvale low seventies the side for several s
at 8:45 they expect the procession to depart santa cruz beach, the beach area, and leave for san jose. if 10:30 to 11:00 they are putting the procession as arriving here at the h.p. pavilion, between 11:00 and 12:00 guests arrive and they have the memorial service starting at noon. it is tough to predict how long it will last but they are saying possibly until 5:00 this afternoon and the family will attend private events. we do have a long list, an impressive list of dignitaries including governor brown, attorney general harris, former defense secretary panetta, and american idol contestant who is from santa cruz, a native, he will perform. it is a full day planned, a very solemn day. it will be an amazing town out. >> thank you, amy. if you live in santa cruz and don't have a way to get to the memorial the metro is offering bus vouchers for the ride over hill open highway 17. if you need one, go to abc7 news come and look under "see it on tv." caltrain and amtrak offer free trains to law enforcement personnel. kaiser permanente arena in santa cruz opens at 10:00. they will show the s
worked at san jose police department 27 years and served as baltimore's police commissioner. frasier will have authority to spend money and remove anyone from the department including the police chief. >> muni taking heat for a surveillance of antimuslim ads featured on vehicles in san francisco showing photos of islamic figures alongside violent incidents. he say that is his jihad, what is yours. the bill boards mock the my jihad ads. muni says it has to run the ads otherwise it would risk being sued by the group that posted them. san francisco city leaders condemned the ads today. >> there is no place in san francisco for racism. >> at the board of supervisors i'll be introducing a resolution expressing that we all stand with our mus skplim arab communities in the face of these hateful bus advertisements. >> the same group put up ads last year calling muslims savages. muni says it donated money it received for the ads. >> now to the vatican, cardinals just hours from selecting a new leader of the catholic chu. i want to show you video taken insifd of the sistine chapel. the cardina
that lightening and thunder. this is video of east of san jose, we slowed down the video and you can see how far that lighten traveled. pretty incredible. >> yeah, to watch the lightening crawl across the base of the cloud. we had cloud to cloud lightening and cloud to ground lightening. can see the light -- you can see the lightening over to the east, a lot of lightening strikes. we still will have the opportunity for some hit and miss areas of rain and thunder. you are seeing a bit of that in nap pa county and heavier cells good to move in approaching from the south. we are watching this next line, moving ashore about to hit the santa clara valley, that is why we will continue to see a chance of the some rare overnight thunder showers over the bay area as the low approaches us heading to easter sunday morning. there will be a few hours where it will be dryer for if forecast of easter sunday. we will show you the forecast hour by hour in a few minutes. >> thank you, rob, speaking of easter, in a few hours, pope francis will celebrate easter mass, the first as pope for him. the service was scale
to half an inch. highs are cooler compared to yesterday. upper 60s in san jose, 68 for you there. look for 63 in redwood city. 62 in downtown san francisco. mid-60s in lot of areas in the north bay. 66 in san rafael. look for low 60s through richmond and upper 60s if intreer your valleys. here is accu-weather seven-day forecast. have those rain boots, shower gear ready. you will likely use them but you saw when you can expect breaks. if you want to do something outdoors, lingering into tomorrow with leftover showers and then drying out really beautiful on tuesday and wednesday looking pretty good, as well. another storm system coming in late wednesday night bringing showers on thursday and more unsettled weather returns next weekend. we have another great weather resource for you. follow live doppler on twitter for the latest bay area weather conditions, rain or shine. plus get video forecasts and spare the air alerts and weather tweets from your favorite weather team. >> carolyn: you are on that team. i appreciate you telling people when they can expect a little bit of a break there.
gate bridge picked up by now. elsewhere we go to san jose, i believe, we have road work on north 101 from tully with a lane of traffic closed until 5:30 this morning. kristen and katie? >> thank you. the controversy around nascar and why some are upset about an upcoming sponsor. >> another big blizzard is headed east with some areas getting a huge snowy blast. >> but, first, forbes has the new ranking of billionaires and the c.e.o. of heinz talks. >> the dow jones industrial average opened this morning at 14,128, just 37 points from the all-time record set back in october of 2007. heinz got a big golden parachute for the c.e.o. who gets more than $200 million if he is fired or pushed out. part of it is a severance package. >> and the richest billionaire is in mexico with a net worth of $73 billion and microsoft's bill gate is next, at $67 billion. >> starbucks has their first new permanent beverage in 12 years, permanent beverage in 12 years, with hazelnut [ woman ] don't forget the yard work! okay. [ male announcer ] with citibank's popmoney, dan can easily send money by email right
in livermore, half moon bay three miles. you notice from san carlos, mountain view and san jose, not bad, but we have the cloudy skies there. we are looking at low pressure to the east of us. high pressure off the coast. this setup brings the breezy conditions and still the jet stream, a little bit of rain well to the north. eventually that will be pushing to the south and we will get a look at the wet weather system heading our way into tuesday. but dry conditions for the weekend. so if you like it sunny and you have some plans, outdoor plans for the weekend, it should be a good couple of days. we will start our computer animation tonight. you will notice that the clouds to the north and the rain up in oregon stays to the north. once again we will break out into sunshine and breezy conditions right on through the afternoon on sunday. so expect high temperatures today around the bay ranging in the upper 50s half moon bay. 70 for our friends in san jose. vallejo, 68 in san francisco. of course, st. patrick's day celebrating today downtown with all the green. as you head on through your mo
. >> in just a couple of hours, a huge homeless encampment in san jose will be cleared out by the city. many homeless are still here. you'll hear from one of the homeless men when the morning news continues. >> good morning. thank you for waking up with us on this friday morning, march 8th. i'm pam cook. >> good morning. i'm dave clark. let's check your weather, traffic, steve is still out but rosemary sight here. i'm loving your forecast. >> i'm loving it too. sunny skies headed back our way. some of us waking up with partly cloudy skies this morning. some of us still grey and maybe a lingering shower. giving you a live look at storm tracker 2. i came in this morning, a few scattered showers popping up over the santa cruz mountains but we have since dried out. this system is moving out of here. it's headed south. that's going to leave us with partly cloudy skies and warmer temperatures in time your weekend. i'll break it down for you coming up. good morning sal >> good morning. traffic is moving along pretty well down highway 17. it has been a nice looking drive. if we're looking at the co
's background is we have yet to find out. again, this has san jose's first officer-involved shooting of the year and it is a fatality. a 25-year-old man as yet unidentified. there's some suggestion that he actually lives in this neighborhood, and that's why he fled here, because relatives have come out upset at how this ended. we will, of course, have more on this developing story tonight at 10:00. live in san jose, debra villalo, k tvu tv news. >>> crist yapgz cappen is live where this other chase ended. and it wasn't a san francisco officer who fired the shot. >> reporter: yes, you can see a bullet hole in this fence near this morning's shooting. this morning, we are hearing that the suspect pulled a gun and san francisco police say it was a daly city police officer who fired on that suspect fearing for his own life. san francisco and daly city police investigated for hours this morning following a pursuit that ended with a daly daly city policer shooting and killing a suspect. san francisco police say a daly daly city policer officer initially spotted the car at the intersection of barbara an
story. >> more than 100 people have been living in a homeless camp in san jose. they are supposed to clear out this morning but many are still here. what is going to happen. mornings on 2 starts now. >> complete, bay area news coverage starts right now this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning. welcome to mornings onto. i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. happening now, in oakland, federal agents and local police are teaming up for a major crime sweep. brian flores is live from oakland with new information on this developing story. >> reporter: good morning to you. what we are learning is that this police raid involving oakland police as well as united states marshalls, they arrested several people this morning starting at around two on people involved in violent crime. this was confirmed when we pulled up about six a large group of officers and some heavy tactical gear and armored vehicles. the police station served as a regrouping point for the operation which included opd and united states marshalls. attorneys also involved here as well. they have a command unit based in
for the santa cruz boardwalk and ocean avenue. the motorcade will travel to san jose where it is expected to arrive at the age people billion between 1030 and 11 this morning. a memorial service for the two murdere officers detective sgt :loran butch baker, and a detective elizabeth butler is being set to begin at noon today. you can see the american flag. today's memorial service will begin and noon at the h-p pavilion and san jose. it will be a mile long motorcade. it will be from santa cruz to san jose. it is scheduled to begin at 845 and ride in san jose between 1030 and 11. there will be rolling road closures impacting surface streets in santa cruz. highways 17, 85, and 87 along with road closures in san jose leading to h people billion. >> if any of the streets are part of your morning commute, you are advised to take an alternate route. we will bring you live coverage of today's memorial service. you could find it on for the lastest news and traffic comcast 193 digital channel 4.2. >> of our coverage will begin at noon at the start of a service. you can also watch it on line. will
after most of the region's law enforcement officers drove to san jose for services for the two murdered santa cruz officers -- >> tellers were pretty shaken up. >> reporter: -- three armed men robbed a bank of the best bank in nearby capitola. >> i couldn't believe someone was taking advantage of today. >> reporter: witnesses told police the robbers pointed handguns and escaped with an unnamed amount of cash. the timing was no coincidence. >> people know that a lot of the officers are going to be over there honoring the fallen officers. it's just really disappointing. actually, it's disgusting. >> reporter: several capitola officers were at the services, but even with minimum staffing levels, sergeant booth said he had enough officers to investigate the robbery and cover the rest of the city. next car to santa cruz, almost all of the officers were at the funeral next door in santa cruz, officers from salinas, the monterey county selves office and cal berkeley pd patroled the city and answered calls. santa cruz firehouses were backfilled b
you. >>> starting today san jose businesses have to pay the workers a minimum wage of $10 an hour. a news conference held today kicks off the first day of higher minimum wage. it was students who circulated petitions to launch the wage increase proposal. nearly 60% of san jose voters passed the measure in november. several local businesses adopted the pay raise soon after. >> we are going with it. i started it a month ago with most of my employees just to get into it and see how it works. and i know that it is happier employees, great customer service compared to good customer service and my lines are going out the door. >> experts predict the measure will inject $70 million in added revenue. those workers will have to spend the extra pay in san jose. >>> an almeida county superior judge has overturned the rape conviction of johnny williams. he was convicted in 1998 of sexually attacking a 9-year-old girl. at the time forensic testing of the victim's clothing was inconclusive. last year the innocence project partnered. it ran a new dna test on the clothes and those show that willi
are waking up to dry weather but we could see some rainfall overnight. over one-half inch in san jose practically nothing in the san jose--livermore. officeas we take a look of the extended forecast, not much expected. a cold start with 36 and the future test is tracking the temperatures throughout the day. you can see by lunch mainly 50s and 60s for some of the north bay communities. just a few degrees as we go for the evening hours if you're going to be going out and about. 40's and '50's. pretty mild conditions for the next 24 hours 61 degrees in sunnyvale. fairfield, 63 degrees. 58 in union city. 59 degrees in berkeley. your kron 4 7 day around the bay showing the warm-up will really begin tomorrow. temperatures getting into the upper 60s for and 70 degrees territory as we start the next workweek. in the meantime, not looking at any hotspots a great time to leave your house. here is the live look outside at the bay bridge toll plaza. it looks like traffic speeds of the incline and on the upper deck. at the san mateo bridge is practically empty. and cellphone 101south bound-101,
and killed by police in east san jose. investigators are looking into what led up to this shooting. we'll have an update. ♪ >>> and overnight mass at the vatican, marking a new era for the church. >> reporter: miami or santa clara? who will host super bowl l? the nfl has nare roared it down but it doesn't necessarily want to pay. we'll tell you what the organization is asking for t "mornings on 2" starts now. >>> well, good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. >> good morning. i'm tori campbell. it's tuesday, march 19th. >>> we have new video on developing news we first told you about in our last hour, the marine corps has confirmed seven marines were killed last night during a training exercise near the california/nevada border. there was an explosion just before 10:00 p.m. at the hawthorne army depot near hawthorne,ner. that's about 140 miles --ner. that's about 140 -- nevada. that's about 140 miles east. we've also learned the marines were based out of camp lejeune, north carolina. an official on scene was revealing limited information. >> it was a accident that ha
that is at the center of the labor dispute. >> and special day in san jose. for police department that has been seeing trying times. new sense of optimism. >> and how neighbors are trying >> and how neighbors are trying to save íáf- >> as north korea shows off the military hard ware the united states announces that the best offense is a good defense. good evening everyone. dan is off tonight the threat engines action by north korea prompt the u.s. to beef up the missile defense city. pentagon adding 14 new missile interceptor on the west coast. martha on how real the north korean threat is. today more provocation. 2 short range missiles launched but it is the unexpectedly quick advances that north korea and the young leader kim have made in recent month. newshawk test. long range missile launches and this apparently new road mobile intercontinental ballistic missile that has convinced the pentagon that protective measures must be dr. matcly increased. >> reason we are in inconveniencing our program here homeland security is to not take any chances. is to stay ahead of the threat. >>reporter
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